U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, on the Senate floor: “I rise today to consider the Green New Deal with the level of seriousness it deserves.”
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced an initiative designed to help Iowa’s teen drivers and their parents more safely navigate the early years of driving.
Jack Whitver: Iowa businesses that drive our economy are constantly looking to fill positions across the state – and sometimes not with the success as they hoped.
The longstanding hypocritical behavior of ongoing sexual harassment and racial discrimination have re-surfaced inside the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The Mueller report said there was no collusion by the Trump Campaign with Russia, but did not reach a conclusion whether President Trump obstructed justice.
President Trump’s proclamation makes federal assistance available to Iowa homeowners, renters, businesses, public entities, and select nonprofit organizations.
Attorney General William Barr informed Senate and House Judiciary Committee leadership that Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian collusion is over.
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) addresses the forecast for flood damages and recovery in Iowa and concerns he has with the Army Corps of Engineers.
Bret Richards: Congressman Steve King’s comparison to Hurricane Katrina continues to divide Americans and could hurt Midwest flood relief efforts unnecessarily.
The Iowa Senate passed, SF 438, a bill designed to return more control to public schools and accredited non-public schools, by a party-line 32 to 17 vote.
Steven Holt: Floor debate on the fundamental rights of gun ownership and free speech exposed profound philosophical differences between Democrats and Republicans in the Iowa House.
Democrat presidential candidates say they want to repeal the Electoral College, Shane Vander Hart discusses on today’s Caffeinated Thoughts podcast.
Cedar Falls School Board member Eric Giddens (D) defeated former State Representative Walt Rogers (R-Cedar Falls) in Iowa Senate District 30’s special election.
The Iowa Senate passed SF 538, a bill that provides work requirements for Iowa’s Medicaid recipients, by a party-line 32 to 17 vote.
Adam Graham: Republicans will come to regret not only President Trump’s emergency declaration, but the political games they played to acquiesce to it.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) helps introduce a bill that would close the loophole that encourages child marriages which contribute to human trafficking.